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Intel will reportedly introduce DDR4 into the market starting first with high end server CPUs, according to one source as reported by VR Zone. Desktop systems likely won’t see next generation memory until 2015 with new microarchitectures.

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http://www.techspot.com/news/48066-intel-to-introduce-ddr4-with-high-end-server-cpus-in-early-2014.html

About time.
 
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Frequency like 3GHZ, timings somewhere around 15-15-15-283472940238

But, as DDR3 did, it will eventually usurp the previous generation as timings begin to fall.
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I hope this calls in the use for ECC on desktop boards.
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I hope this calls in the use for ECC on desktop boards.
That would be fantastic. I second that.
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Well, looks like it's 2015 for my next CPU/MB/RAM upgrade!
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Originally Posted by coachmark2 View Post

Frequency like 3GHZ, timings somewhere around 15-15-15-283472940238
But, as DDR3 did, it will eventually usurp the previous generation as timings begin to fall.

yes 3ghz, ill take 7.
 
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This is good. Prices should drop before these get in the hands of consumers.

But for now, I doubt anyone on here is really in the market for an 8P E7-based system tongue.gif
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That's quicker than I expected. I'm not sure about the ECC part, since that will likely hinder OC potential. OCN is about pursuit of performance after all.

Hoping price of DDR4 will drop by the time it reaches mainstream.
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I hope this calls in the use for ECC on desktop boards.

I can understand servers, mainframes, and important workstations need error correction, but why regular consumers and enthusiast? I'm all for it if it doesn't cause the price of ram to increase, but I'm sure it will since ECC memory is more expensive to produce.
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I can understand servers, mainframes, and important workstations need error correction, but why regular consumers and enthusiast? I'm all for it if it doesn't cause the price of ram to increase, but I'm sure it will since ECC memory is more expensive to produce.

DDR3 will become cheaper.
Also DDR4 consumes less power and is a bit faster. This is the normal path of improvement, increase speed or increase efficiency. There is nothing to understand, it's called progression.

Plus, it is going to assure memory manufacturer a nice amount of monee as the DDR3 market is saturated. With a new "technology" not compatible with the previous, it's going to push consumer to buy DDR4 mobo as it did with PCI-e 3. In the end, intel win, memory and mobo manufacturers also win.

I was previously planning this rig to last me a good 3 years, I will be pushing back another 2 years, in 2015, with skylake being the first intel generation to support DDR4 in the mainstream market.
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